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This Gothic church is one of the oldest churches in the city and has an impressive facade. The facade looks like a fortress and has much art in the church. The church was built of limestone from nearby quarries.
The church is open at 8:00...More
The history inside those walls is amazing, magnificent entry portal - this chirch has indergone many vhanges in its history and a final restoration in this century - it was completely ransacked and most of the original art is now in the Valladolid sculpture museum...More
This church is decidedly an oddity. First, the top of its campanile has been missing for over 100 years - demolished in the 19th century for health and safety reasons. Makes it look very squat from the outside. Internally, it is quite dark - none...More
This is a very different experience from the other churches we visited in Spain. It doesn't look at all like a church from the outside or the inside. After we left, we were told about the church that i remember wishing I knew about prior...More
This building is unique in design. It took us awhile to work out that it was a church as it doesn't have the usual markings outside. Inside it really feels like you have entered a vault. It is really dark and the ground is slightly...More
The Church of San Benito was started in 1499 with the late Gothic style and was finished in the late 16th century. The façade looks like a gate in a tower. It was designed by Rodrigo Gil de Hontañon in 1569. The tower was higher,...More